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The floats dont often change their setting, so are usually left alone. The float needle has a neoprene tip, that isnt going to wear into the seat, and a spring tip on the other end, so they dont change.

Usually if the bike floods, the carb needs cleaning, occasionally you need to buy a new needle and seat.
The floats and needle cannot wear and create a lean mixture.
Sorry if I didnt answer the question "how to set the float"

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